The Fourth of July is coming up this Wednesday. How will you be celebrating the holiday? Whether you plan on staying home with family or taking a little road trip to watch some fireworks, I've found some places nearby that will most definitely be well worth the drive.
Fireworks on the Fourth of July can be a lot of fun for us but it is a nightmare for our pets. The noise and excitement of the holiday can stress your pets out. All of the popping noises, light flashes and smells make many pets run away from home because they are trying to get away from all of the commotion. Keep your pets safe with these tips.
The only Fourth of July episode of anything worth mentioning is the series finale of ‘The Wonder Years.’ Airing on May 12, 1993, an epilogue set during a Fourth of July parade became one of the most memorable television moments of the last 25 years.
When it comes to the Fourth of July there's nothing like getting the family together for a good old-fashioned cookout. Many folks will cook everything from smoked brisket, spare ribs, pork chops, steak, BBQ chicken and the list goes on. Of course, if you want to keep it traditional there is always the classic all-American hotdog and hamburger.